Drinking patterns, risk taking and road accidents of young drivers: Results of a Swiss case-control study

A case-control study was conducted to test hypotheses about involvement in alcohol-related road accidents. Cases were defined as all male drivers between 18 and 25 years of age who were involved in a policeregistered alcohol-related road accident in the Swiss cantons of Vaud and Ticino or the city of Zurich in 1990 and who had a BAC level of 0.8%. and more… CONTINUE READING